What makes a person mighty in the Scriptures, and why you should care.


Tsiyon Messianic Radio Newsletter  - Vol 17.57 - 10/07/6022 TAM - 12/31/2022 AD

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From Eliyahu

Consider this:


Bad news. On any given day there is far more bad news out there than any given person can even consider. Nobody likes it, but it is a fact of life in this world. Fortunately, much of that bad news does not directly involve the person hearing it, so they can tune it out as irrelevant to themselves. A lot of people do that and just focus on their own lives.


That's understandable, except for those moments when the bad news does involve you, and you need to know the bad news because your own life IS involved in the outcome. This brings to mind the recent freeze across America in which ignoring weather news became lethal. The Daily Mail tells the story, with this headline: "Death toll from America's big freeze rises to 57: Stranded drivers freeze to death in cars".


While not blaming the victims of the storm, we should note that warning news was given. For example, in New York State, the hardest hit by the storm, this notice was broadcast to the public in advance of the storm:

"NY under state of emergency ahead of intense winter storm The entire state is under a state of emergency ahead of the significant snowstorm moving across New York through the holiday weekend. Gov. Kathy Hochul declared the state of emergency late Thursday. It continues through Monday. ..."With Mother Nature throwing everything she has at us this weekend, I encourage New Yorkers who are considering traveling for the holidays to do so before Friday or after Sunday to stay safe," Hochul said." - Spectrum News 1

In cases like that the normal human aversion to hearing bad news can make the effect of the bad news even worse, if that aversion causes listeners to just tune that bad news out.  In that case, you need to hear the bad news in advance, uncomfortable or inconvenient as that may be, to stay out of harm's way. Unfortunately, sometimes even believers tend to make the mistake of pushing away vital knowledge they need because they just don't want to hear it. "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge" says the Scripture. And so it is. (Hosea 4:6)

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So, what's my point?


The point is: bad news is good news, if by heeding it and acting accordingly you can improve or even save your own life. Certainly, I would like people to keep this in mind as they consider the message of Tsiyon. While we present a lot of good news from Scripture, we also do not hold back giving you the bad news of what is happening in the world and where, according to Bible prophecy and the facts on the ground, this world is headed. We are not just trying to be negative, or sensational. What we are doing by giving you the bad news forecast of Scripture for our time, is to give you vital knowledge of what is coming so that you can make the best decisions for your future. This is for you, not against you, if you benefit yourself from it.


We learned this from YHWH Himself. We see this, for example, in Deuteronomy 31. In that chapter YHWH gives Moses, and all Israel, the bad news regarding their future. Make no mistake. The news that He presents, while including some positive elements, is bleak. YHWH could see in advance that His nation would eventually leave his covenant and sink into an apostasy so deep and dark that YHWH would be forced to drive them out of their land, where they would be scattered throughout all the nations.


Further, he was giving them this bad news just as they were about to enter into the land, to take it. That's right, YHWH was telling them their nation would eventually be driven out of the land - before they had even lived in it! From one perspective, this news at this time seems counterproductive, since it could be seen as discouraging them from the war. However, it is so like YHWH to simply tell us the whole unvarnished truth. Truth is his nature, and it should be ours as well. 


Why did He tell the whole sad story as part of the Torah? He did it for His remnant in the final days! This is where the good news comes in, and this is why you should join us for our meeting tonight, as we consider Deuteronomy 31. As always, our Tsiyon meeting tonight is at Tsiyon.Net at 8 PM, CST. There is a lot of bad news in this chapter of the Torah. Hear it. Take it to heart, and turn it into good news for your life.


Blessings and good health to you,




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